Research & Writing Information/Resources
Regis University is committed to
intellectual integrity in its academic pursuits. Sanctions may, therefore, be
imposed by the College for Professional Studies faculty or schools for
cheating (defined as using inappropriate sources of information on a test) or
plagiarism (defined as presenting as one’s own, the ideas, words, or products
of another). Such sanctions may include a failing grade on the assignment,
failure of the course, or expulsion of the student from the course or the
Understanding Regis Plagiarism Policies
Read Regis Univerity's Policy on
Presentation on Avoiding Plagiarism
Citation / Bibliographic Resources
of Citation Machine
citation from ISBN)
Referencing APA - RMIT University
Definitions of IP, Plagiarism, Paraphrasing and Copyright (by Eve Rosenbam -
National Paralegal College)
University of Texas
University of Pennsylvania
Las Positas College
Online Writing Lab Paraphrasing
US DHHS Office of Research
Integrity on Paraphrasing
Regis University Research / Writing Resources
Regis Writing Center Regis has writing coaches available to work with
undergraduate and graduate students. Some of the services provided by
writing coaches include: - Brainstorming - Organizing and expanding your
ideas and staying on topic - Source integration (including quotting,
summarizing, and paraphrasing) - Word choice, structure, grammar,
punctuation help You can make an appointment online using the
Writing Center Scheduling System
Writing Center Contact Information:
email@example.com 303.964.6591 Clarke Hall 241 (NW Denver [Main] Campus)
Students are also encouraged to consider the
following courses: EN 200 (Essentials of
Effective Writing) MLS 500 (Essentials for Graduate Level Writing) MLS
501 (Critical Thinking Skills)
Library: Computer & Information Sciences Research Guide.
Get Help from a Regis Librarian: 303.458.4031 1.800.338.2366 x4031
Chat with a librarian 24x7
Request Research Help
Scholarship and Research Engagement
Center for Scholarship and Research Engagement Home
Human Subjects Institutional Review Board (IRB)
University Research and Scholarship Council (URSC)
Additional Resources / Links
Language (ESL) Assistance - University of Washington
B. Leland -
Plagiarism and the Web - Western Illinois University
McGraw-Hill Avoiding Plagiarism Tutorial
Tutorial on Searching the Web - South Carolina University
for Online Education - Plagiarism - Avoiding the Consequences
Useful Software for Research/Reference/Citation
ManagementFor all software, I suggest
checking to see if there is student pricing available. Many of these
products offer students a substantially discounted price. You can also
check with various academic software houses such as
EndNote (Clarivate Analytics)
Zotero (Roy Rosenzweig Center for
History and New Media)
Mendeley (Mendeley, Ltd.)
Dr. Paper (The Write Direction)
PERRLA (PERRLA, LLC)
Various Software for Qualitative and Quantitative
Research Qualitative Analysis
Nvivo Quirkos Dedoose ATLAS.ti Raven's Eye Annotations Qiqqa
R Minitab SAS MATLAB Stata QlikSense JMP MaxStat
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.
2009. ISBN: 978-1433805615.
Hult, Christine A.
Brief New Century Handbook.
Pearson Longman: 2007. ISBN: 978-0321456380.
Leedy, P. & Ellis Ormrod, J.
Prentice Hall: 2009. ISBN:
Practical Research: Planning and Design.
Rocco, T. & Hatcher, T.
Jossey-Bass: 2011. ISBN:
The Handbook of Scholarly Writing and Publishing.
slide:ology: The Art and Science of Creating Great Presentations.
Media: 2008. ISBN: 978-0596522346.
Resonate: Present Visual Stories that Transform Audiences.
Passages: A Writer's Guide. St Martin's Press: 1995. ISBN: 978-0312101176.
Common Errors in English Usage. William James & Co.: 2008. ISBN:
978-1590282076. Gilmore, B.
Plagiarism: A How-Not-To Guide for Students. Heinemann: 2009. ISBN:
978-0325026435. Menager-Beeley, R. & Paulos, L.
Quick Coach Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism. Wadsworth: 2009. ISBN:
978-05472003409. Wong, K.
Avoiding Plagiarism: Write Better Papers in APA, Chicago, and Harvard Citation
Styles. iUniverse: 2011. ISBN: 978-1450276283. Oshima, A. & Hogue, A.
Writing Academic English. Pearson Longman: 2006. ISBN 978-0131523593.
Feak, C. & Swales, J.
Telling a Research Story: Writing a Literature Review. Univ. of Michigan
Press: 2009. ISBN: 978-0472033362. Machi, L. & McEvoy, B.
The Literature Review: Six Steps to Success. Corwin: 2008. ISBN:
978-1412961356. Fink, A.
Conducting Research Literature Reviews: From the Internet to Paper. Sage:
2009. ISBN: 978-1412971898. Reep, D.
Technical Writing: Principles, Strategies, and Readings. Pearson Longman:
2010. ISBN: 978-0205721504. Rosenberg, B.
Spring Into Technical Writing for Engineers and Scientists.
Addison-Wesley: 2005. ISBN: 978-0131498631. Pearsall, T.
Elements of Technical Writing. Pearson Longman: 2009. ISBN:
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